Manzella All Elements 3.0 Gloves (Warmest)

MZ-O571M Manzella All Elements 3.0 Gloves (Warmest)

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The Manzella All Elements 3.0 TouchTip provides the very warmest level of protection for the most extreme cold and weather conditions. This waterproof, breathable sport glove is the ultimate in hand protection and helps you stay focussed on the game!


  • 2-ply softshell outer construction
  • Lined with moisture-managing microfleece for comfort
  • Insulated with polyester fleece
  • Interior reinforced with HydroBlok (waterproof, breathable) technology
  • Microfleece nose wipe and neoprene cuff
  • Palm reinforced with advanced PU grip
  • Intended for outdoor officiating including use on the bases in baseball/softball (grip not enough to use easily behind the plate)
  • TouchTip for touch screen compatibility
  • Wash by hand/lay flat to dry
  • Available in black

Sizing:  On your dominant hand, measure from base of palm to tip of middle finger 


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Customer Reviews


Gene M.

Burton, MI

November 27, 2017
I ordered these gloves because I needed the "warmest" gloves possible for our cold winter weather. I have already had two opportunities to wear them. They fit great, are very warm and allow you to use your finger tips, with gloves on, with your iPhone. I highly recommend these gloves if you live in cold weather.

Mark H.

North Charleston, SC

February 28, 2016
I have been looking for gloves that not only keep your palms warm, but the fingers too. I have yet to find a pair to do the job to my satisfaction. These gloves do well in 40 degree weather with no wind; with wind, they are as useless as all other gloves I have purchased. The fingers and palms are too smooth that allow for slippage and using my indicator is difficult. Driving with them does not provide enough grip on the steering wheel.

Edward M.

Laurel, MD

November 11, 2015
Although I have not yet needed to use them, I did try them on and wear them for a short time. They have a snug fit and are very warm. I have both of the other types of Manzella gloves which work well but I was looking for something like this which is much warmer as my hands get very cold when working the bases. My only complaint is that no one seems to make a glove in what is called a cadet size which has a shorter finger length. I wear a medium glove but I have short fingers so with most gloves the fingers are longer than my hand. This is a problem when using an indicator in the field as I have to adjust to the finger length of the glove. Otherwise, I believe this glove will be a great asset once the season starts in early March with temps in the high 20's to 30's.

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